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My suggestion is to go for the 90 free trial for students at MS and see if you like it.
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I'm thinking class notes, outlines, etc.
Also, the annoying auto tabs and linestyle typing is eliminated in OneNote. You just click and type where ever you'd like. Freedom
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I have no idea as to the reputability of that other side, but Newegg does not sell pirated software and they have it for $45: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6837102083
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There are also other options, which are smaller and have fewer functions (which still suffice for people without specific needs, which you probably don't). Abiword is a very good word processor, which does everything I need to do, is fast, stable, and free. But it's just a word processor; it's part of a larger suite (gnome office), but I don't know how good/full that is. I prefer to use abiword, but when I need other office programs I use openoffice.
Try them both, you'll be surprised. There are also other open source programs that are uber-useful, functional and free. gimp (picture/image editing) is a good example, as is VLC media player (which has a good, uncluttered interface, and plays almost all file formats).
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